Enterprise Singapore, EDB looking into how Singapore can be developed as a carbon services hub

Carbon services help companies and governments in their efforts to reduce and manage emissions. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - With more countries and businesses paying attention to climate change and sustainability, there are potential economic opportunities to be reaped in providing carbon services - an area of growth that Singapore is studying.

Enterprise Singapore (ESG) and the Economic Development Board (EDB) recently called a tender for a study to see how Singapore can be developed as a carbon services hub.

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